The Center for Personal and Professional Development intends to use virtual communication to maintain the structure of their current schedule.
Dr. Francine Pearlman-Storch’s last official day at PCO was Feb. 24, 2021. As an honor, the University presented her with a plaque, fittingly enough, in lane 18 of the Clinical Skills Lab.
When Alexandra Kistner, MS ‘17, was a high school junior in Southampton, Pennsylvania, she did a project on speech therapy and realized what she wanted to pursue as a career.
During her senior year at Upper Dublin High School in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, Amanda Kaufmann, MS ‘17, had the opportunity to participate in a Community Study program, where she could shadow someone in the community.
As conversations around the globe on issues surrounding race and diversity continue to evolve, a few Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) at Salus University alumni are also leading a dialogue, asking for 13 percent of Black representation in the optometry community.
When she was looking for a speech-language pathology (SLP) graduate school, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, resident Rachel Plavnik, MS ‘19, wanted to stay close to home.